Applied Management (Nursing)

Study mode:Full-time Languages: English Duration:9 months
Deadline: Jan 19, 2022
StudyQA ranking:667

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Can you diffuse difficult situations with expertise whilst remaining calm and focussed? Are you looking to take on a management role within healthcare, while still putting your nursing skills to good use?

The University of Newcastle’s Master of Applied Management (Nursing) will provide you with the skills to become an industry leader through blending your clinical experience with key business disciplines such as financial management and business analysis, , strategic human resource development and capacity to lead organisational change. You will broaden your understanding of leadership and what it means to build, nurture and motivate your team.

At the completion of your studies you will have a solid foundation in the practical application of contemporary inter-professional leadership and management practices, with the ability to successfully lead a team particularly in times of change or uncertainty.

With your advanced and recognised postgraduate qualification, you will be able to take on advanced roles within the healthcare field such as Clinical Nurse Manager, Nursing Unit Manager, Director of Nursing and Midwifery; or positions at an executive level within a complex health system.

Our advanced online learning system provides you with the flexibility and support to study anytime, anywhere to balance work, life and study. You can achieve your fully accredited Master of Applied Management (Nursing) at a time that suits you.

Explore this page and find out if the Master of Applied Management (Nursing) is for you, what you will study and the career opportunities it can provide you.

Description

The Master of Applied Management (Nursing) is intended for graduate nurses who wish to further their knowledge and advance their skills in management. The program will be of particular interest to nurses working in or planning to move into management positions in nursing. The program is offered online.

Why study with us?

The Master of Applied Management (Nursing) is offered fully online to international and domestic students.

Career Opportunities

Clinical nurse managers. Nursing administration.

The University of Newcastle’s Master of Applied Management (Nursing) can be completed in two trimesters (full-time) flexible online learning environment.

The program has been structured to provide you with an advanced grounding in the study of nursing management and health leadership, preparing you with the clinical and business skills required to advance your career within a globalised health system.

The course incorporates studies from multiple university faculties including the Faculty of Business and Law, Faculty of Health and Faculty of Science and Information Technology. This approach will provide you with a superior and comprehensive grounding in nursing management and health leadership across a variety of disciplines.

The core courses you will study are leadership and management in practice where you will build on your knowledge and ability to apply these skills in the workplace. Leading change in practice will prepare you with the skill-set required for managing complex organisational systems, organisational change management , and effective management of human resource and workforce issues.

With a range of specialised courses focused on modern business challenges, you can explore areas such as globalisation, management under uncertainty, marketing management and planning, strategic human resource management and technology oriented courses which deal with the digital economy and cloud computing and mobile applications in enterprise.

Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) entry levels: AQF Level 8 applicants will; * possess a Bachelor of Nursing degree and Postgraduate Diploma or Postgraduate Certificate in Nursing or related studies * currently hold a practicing certificate with an authorised registration authorityAQF Level 7 applicants will; * possess a Bachelor of Nursing degree with a minimum of 3 years continuous practice within a specialist area of nursing * currently hold a practicing certificate with an authorised registration authority * provide a portfolio demonstrating advanced continuing professional development (CDP) and education in a specialist area of nursing or related professional areas.AQF Level 6 applicants will; * possess an Advanced Diploma (hospital based training equivalent) with a minimum of 8> years - experience * currently hold a practicing certificate with an authorised registration authority * provide a portfolio demonstrating advanced continuing professional development (CDP) and education in a specialist area of nursing or related professional areas English Language Requirements IELTS band: 6.5
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